India Against Corruption (IAC) has since announced the name of its party as Aam Admi Party. The name so adopted was announced by Arvind Kejriwal, till now an activist of India Against Corruption. Manish Tiwari, earlier a Congress spokesman and now Minister of Information and Broadcasting, has taken an exception of the name so given to the newly formed party saying that the very nomenclature as aam admi has all along been synonymous with the Congress Party right from the year 1885 and that no body has a right to hijack the name as such. What a funny logic as from a person otherwise known as an intellectual? Tom, Dick, Harry or any biggie, who is there who does not talk of aam admi, in a manner positive or negative?. Manish Tiwari’s utterance as such sounds as quite feudalistic with a mentality to monopolize every thing which he can lay his hands upon on earth on behalf of himself or the political party which he belongs to. Even great monarchs had never such an authority vested in them. Actually it is the attitude like this only which is causing much harm to his party. It is just so flimsy on the very face of it. Aam admi (people in general) is not a property to be owned by any individual or a party. nor they can be possessed like some dead stock. Authoritarian propensity like this deserves to be condemned only as something with no substance in it.